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Bronchiectasis is considered an acquired disorder of the mid bronchi and bronchioles.
Gastropericardial fistula is an acquired disorder with an abnormal communication between the stomach and the pericardium.
This acquired disorder of the tunica albuginea is caused by the formation of a plaque of fibrous tissue resulting in penile curvature and erectile dysfunction and pain.
PNH is a rare acquired disorder of the hematopoietic system, characterized by increased susceptibility of red blood cells to complement mediated cell lysis, due to absence of glycophosphatidylinositol linked proteins.
INTRODUCTION: Vitiligo is an acquired disorder of the skin and mucous membranes that is characterized by well circumscribed, depigmented macules and patches and that occurs secondary to selective destruction of melanocytes.
3-OH-IVA excretion may be increased in multiple inherited and acquired disorders, affecting the pathway of leucine catabolism (Fig.
After the exclusion of acquired disorders as the explanation for the hyperammonemia (infections and toxic reasons), the suspicion of a urea cycle defect became stronger in the light of the anamnesis.
This textbook explains how to diagnose common and rare congenital disorders and acquired disorders in infants and children using imaging.
Although nemaline rods are not pathognomonic for the disease, as they may be present as a minor feature in normal and aging muscle as well as a number of other inherited and acquired disorders, nemaline myopathy is diagnosed when nemaline rods are the predominant finding [7].
Acquired coagulation disorders are more frequent and complex than the genetic varieties, and some of these acquired disorders affect children (HANDIN 1998).
The sections cover disorders of the upper and lower limb and spine, including anatomy, trauma, and degenerative and acquired disorders, and the basic science of the musculoskeletal system, metabolic bone disease, rheumatologic diseases, musculoskeletal tumors, the sequelae of trauma, and congenital deformities.
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